We all want to be a part of something bigger than ourselves. All of us want to leave our mark on the world. And at 99 Hudson, you can make your home inside a place so ambitious, it is transforming the very Jersey City skyline.
This boundary-pushing building reaches nearly 900 feet in height, making the 79-story tower the tallest building in all of New Jersey. Looking up from Paulus Hook will never be the same.
Of course, from a perch of never before seen heights on the Jersey side of the Hudson, future residents can enjoy all-new, must-see views of the Manhattan skyline. Unobstructed vistas of Manhattan, the World Trade Center, and New York Harbor provide a picturesque backdrop for life at what will certainly be an iconic presence in Jersey City.
To the south, the Gold Coast stretches toward the Statue of Liberty. To the north, Newport lays below, and to the west downtown Jersey City. Each view is a perspective that’s new, no matter how many times you’ve looked in that direction.
But no matter the vantage, you can’t look out the window your whole life. Fortunately, 99 Hudson offers its residents a lifestyle as superlative as its views. A sleek, modern porte-cochère with a water feature bids you welcome and sets the tone for everything inside.
You’ll feel like you’re living in a luxury resort thanks to 65,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor amenities, including 7,500 square feet of open and pedestrian plazas. Need more? Liberty State Park sits just to the south, offering an expanse of green space unmatched in such an urban environment.
99 Hudson’s pool deck offers a similarly hospitality-inspired experience, with cabanas that invite socialization and a lap pool encouraging fitness. Kids can splash in the pool or romp across the playground while the adults chat around the fire pits in the outdoor lounge, grill meat on the BBQ, or get Fido some exercise on the dog run.
There’s a fitness center custom designed for modern life, with a yoga and Pilates studio taking its place along cardio and weightlifting equipment. There’s a golf simulator for high-tech play, a screening room for movie night, and two card rooms for poker games.
Where you’ll really feel that resort influence is at 99 Hudson’s indulgent spa, with a steam room, sauna, hot tub, and wet and dry lounges, along with locker rooms, showers, and a spa terrace. On the ground level of the building is 15,000 square feet of retail frontage with large street-facing windows.
The residences at 99 Hudson maximize their generous space with open layouts complemented by floor-to-ceiling windows, so you can really soak in the view no matter where in the home you are.
You’ll find modern, strikingly sleek kitchens with Kohler fixtures, state-of-the-art appliances, and attractive quartz counters. The bathrooms combine porcelain tile and a ceramic backsplash for a refreshing style. Units also include central heating and cooling and an in-home washer and dryer.
You can choose from eight floorplans at 99 Hudson, in configurations of one- and two-bedrooms, ranging from 758 to 1,285 square feet. Prices start at $789,000 for the one-bedrooms and $1.5 million for the two.